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June 14, 2022
Export Sales Announcement

Export Sales to Mexico

Private exporters reported sales of 148,000 MT of corn for delivery to Mexico - 103,000 MT for delivery during MY 2021/2022 and 45,000 MT for delivery during MY 2022/2023.
The updated agreement regarding beef tariffs will allow U.S. exporters to more reliably meet Japan’s growing demand for high-quality beef.
June 2, 2022
Export Sales Announcement

Export Sales to Pakistan

Private exporters reported sales of 352,000 MT of soybeans for delivery to Pakistan - 55,000 MT for delivery during MY 2021/2022 and 297,000 MT for delivery during MY 2022/2023.
May 23, 2022
Export Sales Announcement

Export Sales to Egypt

Private exporters reported sales of 130,000 MT of soybeans for delivery to Egypt during MY 2021/2022.
U.S. products took center stage in Guadalajara May 17-19 at Mexico’s largest annual food industry trade show. FAS Administrator Daniel Whitley was there to lend his support.
It looks like U.S. potatoes will soon be back on menus and at markets across Mexico! FAS Administrator Daniel Whitley marked the milestone in Guadalajara on May 17.
USDA and USAID intend to draw down entire Bill Emerson Humanitarian Trust to respond to global food insecurity
April 22, 2022
Export Sales Announcement

Export Sales to China and Mexico

Private exporters reported sales for China and Mexico, including 1,347,000 MT of corn for delivery to China - 735,000 MT for delivery during MY 2021/2022 and 612,000 MT for delivery during MY 2022/2023.
Secretary Vilsack and Mexico Agriculture Secretary Victor Villalobos met this week to continue cooperation on shared priorities including open trade, science-based policy making, and sustainable and climate-smart agricultural production.
March 30, 2022
Export Sales Announcement

Export Sales to Mexico

Private exporters reported sales of 128,000 MT of soybeans for delivery to Mexico during MY 2022/2023.
The new three-trigger safeguard mechanism will allow U.S. exporters to meet Japan’s growing demand for high-quality beef and reduce the probability that Japan will impose higher tariffs in the future.
The recent USDA trade mission to Dubai included site visits to local importers and agribusinesses. Among them was the world's largest camel-milking farm, which uses California-grown feed.